The relationship between science, technology and society has emerged as one of the most profound global issues of the 21st century. New perspectives and approaches are needed for mapping altogether different terrains, from the political and economic implications of big data, to the disruption of ‘the human’ via biological and technological enhancements.
Bristol is interested in publishing both theoretical and empirical work in the form of monographs, high-quality edited collections and ‘scholarly trade’ titles that connect academic ideas with general readers.
The list is home to scholarship that is situated within the field of ‘science and technology studies’, but we are as interested in relevant work that comes from traditional social science, humanities and STEM disciplines. We welcome interdisciplinary projects as well as ideas that engage with the global social challenges.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Infrastructure and future cities
- Medicine and health
- Technoscientific capitalism
- Posthumanism and technology
- Algorithms, artificial intelligence and machine learning
- Science, ethics, inequalities and human rights
- Science and technology in the Anthropocene
- Public engagement with science and technology
- Gender, bodies and technology
- Activism, decolonial and intersectional perspectives
- Security and surveillance
If you are interested in working with us, please contact Paul Stevens (details and contact information below).
Browse Science, Technology and Society articles on our Transforming Society blog.